Organic cotton, which is produced without any chemical fertilizers and pesticides, is playing a vital role in creating a less harmful environment. An investigation of the properties of weft knitted fabrics produced from organically made cotton vis-à-vis regular cotton knitted fabric is reported. The yarn is made with both organically produced and regular cotton, and the fabric is knitted by using single jersey machines. The fabrics are subsequently dyed by using natural dyes. The naturally dyed knitted fabrics are examined for shrinkage, bursting strength, abrasion resistance, and colour fastness properties. The result shows that the knitted fabrics produced from organically grown cotton is superior in performance in comparison with fabrics produced from regular cotton.
Ramasamy, K.M. (2015), "Comparative Study of Organic and Regular Cotton Knitted Fabrics", Research Journal of Textile and Apparel, Vol. 19 No. 3, pp. 45-51. https://doi.org/10.1108/RJTA-19-03-2015-B006Download as .RIS
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